Papers

  1. D. Zwicker*, R. Seyboldt*, C. A. Weber, A. A. Hyman, and F. Jülicher
    Growth and Division of Active Droplets Provides a Model for Protocells
    Nature Physics 13, 408–413 (2017) and arXiv:1603.01571. PDF
  2. D. Zwicker
    Normalized neural representations of complex odors
    PLoS ONE 11, e0166456 (2016) and arXiv:1608.01179.
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  3. O. Wueseke*, D. Zwicker*, A. Schwager, Y. L. Wong, K. Oegema, F. Jülicher, A. A. Hyman, and J. B. Woodruff
    Polo kinase phosphorylation determines C. elegans centrosome size and density by biasing SPD-5 toward an assembly-competent conformation
    Biology Open 5, 1431–1440 (2016). PDF
  4. D. Zwicker, A. Murugan, and M. P. Brenner
    Receptor arrays optimized for natural odor statistics
    Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 113, 5570 (2016) and arXiv:1602.02974. PDF
  5. D. Zwicker, A. A. Hyman, and F. Jülicher
    Suppression of Ostwald Ripening in Active Emulsions
    Phys. Rev. E 92, 012317 (2015). PDF
  6. D. Zwicker, M. Decker, S. Jaensch, A. A. Hyman, and F. Jülicher
    Centrosomes are autocatalytic droplets of pericentriolar material organized by centrioles
    Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 111, E2636–45 (2014). PDF
  7. F. Ruhnow, D. Zwicker, and S. Diez
    Tracking single particles and elongated filaments with nanometer precision
    Biophy. J. 100, 2820–28 (2011). PDF
  8. D. Zwicker, D. K. Lubensky, and P. R. ten Wolde
    Robust circadian clocks from coupled protein-modification and transcription-translation cycles
    Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 107, 22540–45 (2010). PDF
  9. R. Schumann and D. Zwicker
    The Hubbard model extended by nearest-neighbor Coulomb and exchange interaction on a cubic cluster - rigorous and exact results
    Ann. Phys. 522, 419–39 (2010). PDF
  10. M. Posselt, F. Gao, and D. Zwicker, Atomistic study of the migration of di- and tri-interstitials in silicon
    Phys. Rev. B 71, 245202 (2005). PDF

Other publications:
* Authors contributed equally

Talks

  1. Information processing by artificial and natural receptor arrays, April 2017
    Physical Mathematics Seminar, MIT, Cambridge MA.
  2. Active droplets in cells and at the origin of life, April 2017
    Biophysics Seminar at the Physics of Living Systems Group, MIT, Cambridge MA.
  3. Statistical description of normalized odor representations, March 2017
    81th Annual Meeting of the DPG and DPG Spring Meeting, Dresden, Germany.
  4. Information processing in the olfactory system, February 2017
    Widely applied mathematics seminar, Harvard University, Cambridge MA.
  5. Chemically active droplets in biology, October 2016
    Seminar in group of Martin Bazant, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge MA.
  6. Information processing in the early olfactory system, September 2016
    Princeton Neuroscience Institute, Princeton NJ.
  7. Receptor arrays optimized for sensing natural odors, July 2016
    STATPHYS 26, Lyon, France.
  8. Information processing in the early olfactory system, June 2016
    MPI Advances Seminar, MPI for Dynamics and Self-Organization, Göttingen, Germany.
  9. Simple models of the early olfactory system, May 2016
    Seminar in group of Rachel Wilson, Harvard Medical School, Boston MA.
  10. Receptor arrays optimized for sensing natural odors, March 2016
    80th Annual Meeting of the DPG and DPG Spring Meeting, Regensburg, Germany.
  11. Protein phase separation controlled by phosphorylation, March 2016
    80th Annual Meeting of the DPG and DPG Spring Meeting, Regensburg, Germany.
  12. Recognition of natural odors by receptor arrays, Februar 2016
    Systems Biology Theory Lunch at Harvard Medical School, Boston MA.
  13. How do mice follow odor trails?, November 2015
    APS 68th Annual DFD Meeting, Boston MA.
  14. Receptor arrays optimized for natural odor statistics, November 2015
    Computational Neuroscience Initiative Group Meeting, U Penn, Philadelphia PA.
  15. Centriole Centering in Centrosomes: Behavior of Catalytic Particles in Active Droplets, March 2015
    79th Annual Meeting of the DPG and DPG Spring Meeting, Berlin, Germany.
  16. Suppression of Ostwald Ripening in Active Emulsions, March 2015
    79th Annual Meeting of the DPG and DPG Spring Meeting, Berlin, Germany.
  17. Suppression of Ostwald Ripening in Active Emulsions, March 2015
    March Meeting of the American Physical Society, San Antonio TX.
  18. Suppression of Ostwald Ripening in Active Emulsions, October 2014
    Condensed Matter Seminar, Harvard University, Cambridge MA.
  19. Organization principles of sub-cellular compartments without membranes, August 2014
    Seminar at the group of Eric Dufresne, Yale University, New Haven CT.
  20. Suppression of Ostwald Ripening by Chemical Reactions, April 2014
    Physical Biology Circle Meeting, Dresden, Germany.
  21. Centrosomes are autocatalytic droplets organized by centrioles, April 2014
    78th Annual Meeting of the DPG and DPG Spring Meeting, Dresden, Germany.
  22. Centrosomes are autocatalytic droplets organized by centrioles, March 2014
    March Meeting of the American Physical Society, Denver CO.
  23. Physical description of centrosomes as active droplets, October 2013
    Ph.D. defense talk, Dresden University of Technology, Germany.
  24. Centrosomes are autocatalytic droplets organized by centrioles, August 2013
    Seminar at Courant Institute, New York University, New York City NY.
  25. Centrosomes are autocatalytic droplets organized by centrioles, August 2013
    Widely applied mathematics seminar, Harvard University, Cambridge MA.
  26. Wie sind Zellen organisiert? (How are cells organized?), July 2013
    Long Night of Science in Dresden, Germany.
  27. Physical description of centrosomes as liquid-like droplets, April 2013
    Physical Biology Circle Meeting, Heidelberg, Germany.
  28. Physical description of centrosomes as liquid-like droplets, January 2013
    Biological Physics Group Retreat, Oberwiesenthal, Germany.
  29. Structuring the Cell Interior: A Lesson from Centrosomes, June 2012
    Department of Biological Physics, MPI for the Physics of Complex Systems, Dresden, Germany.
  30. Controlling Pattern Formation by Phase Separation and Chemical Reactions, February 2012
    Department of Biological Physics, MPI for the Physics of Complex Systems, Dresden, Germany.
  31. Physical Description of Centrosome Assembly and Disassembly, April 2011
    Scientific Symposium on Centrosomes, Grobothen, Germany.
  32. Physical Description of Centrosome Assembly and Disassembly, April 2011
    Physical Biology Circle Meeting, Saarbrücken, Germany.
  33. Physical description of centrosome assembly and disassembly, March 2011
    75th Annual Meeting of the DPG and DPG Spring Meeting, Dresden, Germany.
  34. Physical Description of Centrosome Assembly and Disassembly, January 2011
    Biological Physics Group Retreat, Oberwiesenthal, Germany.
  35. Dynamic Organization of the Mitotic Spindle, October 2010
    Department of Biological Physics, MPI for the Physics of Complex Systems, Dresden, Germany.
  36. Circadian Rhythms in Cyanobacteria, September 2009
    Biomeeting, AMOLF, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
  37. Circadian Rhythms in Cyanobacteria, October 2009
    Department of Biological Physics, MPI for the Physics of Complex Systems, Dresden, Germany.

Posters

  1. Statistical description of odor representations, January 2017
    Gordon Research Conference on Stochastic Physics in Biology, Ventura CA.
  2. Receptor arrays optimized for natural odor statistics, July 2015
    Gordon Research Conference on Soft Condensed Matter Physics, New London NH.
  3. Receptor arrays optimized for natural odor statistics, August 2015
    Olfaction Conference at KITP, Santa Barbara, CA.
  4. Centrosomes are autocatalytic droplets, April 2014
    Physical Biology Circle Meeting, Dresden, Germany.
  5. Centrosomes are autocatalytic droplets, August 2013
    Gordon Research Conference on Soft Condensed Matter Physics, New London NH.
  6. Centrosomes are autocatalytic droplets, June 2013
    Scientific evaluation of the MPI for the Physics of Complex Systems, Dresden, Germany.
  7. Physical description of centrosome assembly using a phase separation process, July 2012
    Les Houches Summer School on Soft Interfaces, France
  8. Physical description of centrosome assembly using a phase separation process, May 2012
    Physical Biology Circle Meeting, Paris, France
  9. Theory of Centrosome Assembly and Disassembly, July 2011
    Boulder Summer School on Hydrodynamics, Colorado
  10. Exact thermodynamics of the extended Hubbard model for a cubic cluster, March 2009
    73rd Annual Meeting of the DPG and DPG Spring Meeting, Dresden.
  11. Comparative study of the Hubbard model on a cubic cluster using second order perturbation theory based on the analytical solution of various elementary clusters, June 2009
    Korrelationstage at MPI for the Physics of Complex Systems, Dresden.